On Thu, May 29, 2014 at 5:56 PM, Duncan Booth
> Chris Angelico <ros...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> If you absolutely can't get in touch with him, the only option is to
>> go back to the original protocol and manually reimplement it,
>> completely ignoring this code. It's sad but true; some code dies
>> because of a trivial thing like "Oops, I forgot to actually say that
>> this is MIT-licensed".
>> (At least, I can't see a license anywhere on github there. If you can
>> find another copy of the same code somewhere else, posted by its
>> author, and including a license, then your job is easier.)
> Deep in the code (pwdhash / pwdhash.py.egg-info / PKG-INFO):
> Author: Lev Shamardin
> Author-email: shamar...@gmail.com
> License: BSD
> Still better to get in touch with the author, but he has actually stated
> the license albeit in the most minimal way possible.
Ah! There you go then. Excellent.
In that case, the options I see are (in priority order):
1) Contact the author with your proposed changes, possibly with the
actual code or possibly leaving that for later, for inclusion in the
2) Ask the author if he's okay with you maintaining the Python 3
equivalent version as a separate project, under the same name.
3) If you can't get in touch with the author, just maintain that Py3
version, but maybe under a different name to avoid accidental